Quote of the Day

"We will do our lobbying, but it is far too premature to be talking about legal action."
-- Premier League CEO Richard Scudamore, continuing the league's battle to keep the World Cup 2022 from being moved to winter. (PA, 7/29)
Tuesday July 30, 2013 Vol. 2 — No. 35 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Where There's A Will ...

    BT Sport "has found a way past Sky Sports' ban on screening its rival broadcaster's adverts" by signing a four-year shirt sponsorship deal with two of the teams Sky has signed up to televise, according to the PA. Scottish rugby sides Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh Rugby have agreed a "substantial multi-million pound" contract that will mean both clubs will "sport BT's logo on their shirts."

  • Off the Grid

    Ecclestone says Indian GP not likely in '14.

  • Under Pressure

    Sochi sponsors face possibility of boycotts over Russia's anti-gay law.

  • In The Wings

    Sebastian Coe expected to be named new IAAF president.

  • Locker Cams

    Players union rep gives blessing to dressing room access for BT Sport.

  • Don't Blame Us

    Premier League boss lashes out at FA over complaints about schedule.

  • Try Again

    Bank administrator says bids lodged for Hearts are "unacceptable."

  • Shanghai Express

    German Touring Car Championship plans return to China in '14.

  • Welcome Mat

    Melbourne Cricket Ground to host '15 Cricket World Cup final.

  • Trending Downward

    Struggling trainers can't expect bailout from Racing Victoria.

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